Curfew in Occupied Kashmir after martyrdom of freedom fighter Zakir Musa
SEINAGAR - Indian occupation forces imposed a curfew and other restrictions in parts of Kashmir to stop protests against the martyrdom of freedom fighter Zakir Musa.
The Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported that the curfew was imposed in Srinagar, Kulgam and Pulwama.
The authorities also continued to keep the educational institutes, mobile, internet and train services closed across the Kashmir valley.
Indian troops and police personnel have been deployed in all major cities and towns of the valley to stop people from holding demonstrations, KMS added.
Meanwhile, normal life remains affected due to the shutdown against the killing of Zakir Musa, and a civilian.
As per KMS, most of the shops, fuel stations and other business establishments remained closed in the Kashmir valley, while transport is off the road due to the strike.
Zakir Musa along with an associate was martyred in a clash with Indian troops in Dadsara Tral area of Pulwama district on Thursday.
The civilian, Zahoor Ahmad of Naira area of Pulwama district, was abducted and killed by Indian armed agents on the same day.